64 T Bird Brake Relay

Asked by Jun 25, 2008 at 10:16 PM about the 1964 Ford Thunderbird

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

  A local shop worked on my brakes a couple of years back and cut the plug off of the brake relay wires. They wired in a different relay and it shorted out. I have the correct realy now but do not know how to plug it correctly. I have one blackwire, one red and two green. There is one male plug on the realy by itself and three more in a row. Can ANYONE tell me what goes where? I think I shorted out the 15a fuse under the dash behind the kick plate playing around with it.

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go to TCCoA web site,look under faq section,this should answer your question.

I hate to sound this dumb BUT where is TCCoA and how do I get there?

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